We start with a reheat from the 80's that failed on Kickstarter, as Dizzy failed to make it's target by quite a margin. After that is the first of a few confusing stories this week, with Antigua setting up a commercial site to offer US copyrighted stuff without paying the rightsholders in revenge for a trade decision.
BT are the first in the UK to officially announce that limited bandwidth isn't really an issue, so they're dropping bandwidth caps. Any news site lives or dies on it's integrity, and CBS interfering with CNET's editorial content is backfiring big style.
Facebook is everywhere, but the rise of mobile is proving a headache for them, as they've not managed to monetize it. Next up is the news that another of Microsoft's partners, HP, are jumping on the Chromebook bandwagon.
Our last two stories fit into the "why not" bracket. First is WINE for Android, the other is a rugged USB thumbdrive preinstalled with Ubuntu for kids.
We didn't have a discussion section this week, as our plans were a bit crazy due to the high winds. Gordon wants to start a new monthly roundtable podcast, about the funny and bizarre news stores with a techy angle, mostly about Facebook, G+, Twitter etc posts. If you're interested in taking part, let Gordon know. It will be on Mumble, the days and times to be arranged.